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Old Posted Dec 1, 2015, 6:31 PM
OldDartmouthMark OldDartmouthMark is offline
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Originally Posted by Keith P. View Post
So the two old Victorian-era rentals beyond, which have been student housing for decades and retain little character inside, should obstruct this? Is that what is meant by "respectful development"?

Look, you take the good with the bad. Getting rid of that ugly brick box on the corner with the parking next to the sidewalk can only be a good thing. So not everything you like gets saved in the real world. I think that's a more than fair trade-off. We do not live in a museum, and developers are not charities.

So what you are telling me is that there are no architects who can somehow incorporate even elements of this row of Victorians into a new structure? That's too bad, I thought they were capable of more creative and innovative ideas than some strange Legoland-type concrete and glass structure. I'm sorely disappointed in the profession as a whole.!8i6656

But, I really meant it when I said:

I don't really care to argue anymore.
So I'll leave it at that.
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